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New Hisense E8K ULED X TV arrives with 100-in model

The Hisense E8K TV is available in sizes up to 100-in. (Image source: Hisense)
The Hisense E8K TV is available in sizes up to 100-in. (Image source: Hisense)
Hisense has revealed the E8K TV series in China, with 85-in and 100-in models now available to pre-order. The ULED X devices have up to 1,600 nits brightness and a 4K@144 Hz resolution. Gaming features of the TVs include VRR, ALLM and HDMI 2.1 ports for connecting consoles.

The Hisense E8K TV series has been launched in China. Two models are available, with 85-in and 100-in screen sizes. The devices have a ULED X display with a 4K@144Hz resolution. The larger 100E8K has 1,620 MiniLED zones while the 85E8K has 1,296, each enabling up to 1,600 nits brightness and strong contrast. The screen covers 99% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, has a built-in ambient light sensor to adjust the brightness, and supports Dolby Vision and IMAX Enhanced.

Other features include VRR and ALLM, which, alongside HDMI 2.1 ports, makes the E8K suitable for gaming. The TV has a 2.1.2 channel sound system with a 77 W output, compatible with Dolby Atmos and DTS technologies. You can cast to the gadgets from mobile devices using tools like Apple AirPlay and control the TV with a voice assistant.

The Hisense E8K TV is now available to pre-order in China; the 85-in model currently costs 12,999 yuan (~US$1,893) with a 100 yuan (~US$15) deposit, and the 100-in version is priced at 22,999 (~US$3,349) with the same deposit. This pre-sale period will end on April 7, when the prices will increase to 14,999 yuan (~US$2,1840 and 35,999 yuan (~US$5,242), respectively. Hisense has yet to announce whether it plans to bring the products to other markets.

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Polly Allcock, 2023-03-25 (Update: 2023-03-25)